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    don

    Re: Hudson: S is for St. Simon

    I do.

    don Today, 11:15 AM Go to last post
    vinoveri

    Re: Hudson: S is for St. Simon

    Ya gotta love these. Hudson apparently gets it: that the reputation and near-worship of "science" is used by the cranks to fool the uninitiated (read innocent) and advance their own agenda; ...

    vinoveri Today, 11:10 AM Go to last post
    don

    Not I: Memoirs of a German Childhood (for Woodsman)

    Not I: Memoirs of a German Childhood

    by Joachim Fest, translated from the German by Martin Chalmers, edited and with an introduction by Herbert A. Arnold
    Other Press, 427 pp., $16.95 (paper)
    ...

    don Today, 11:07 AM Go to last post
    don

    Hudson: S is for St. Simon

    S-curve: The typical shape of growth in nature, such as human beings whose height tapers off as they reach maturity. They also typify most business cycles, which taper off after an upswing as...

    don Today, 10:54 AM Go to last post
    thriftyandboringinohio

    Re: The Curious Case of Market Basket

    Thanks for that article, TN.
    I think the bit I pulled out as a quote has to be the answer. A company is a business activity that the owners control completely.
    That's what I thought about the two...

    thriftyandboringinohio Today, 10:06 AM Go to last post
    Thailandnotes

    Re: The Curious Case of Market Basket

    Who is a company? If we speak of the men and women of Boeing, say, or Wal-Mart or Market Basket, a supermarket chain in New England, where this question is being posed most emphatically of late, are...

    Thailandnotes Today, 08:49 AM Go to last post
    lakedaemonian

    Re: Floating BRICS...

    India is also training the crews of Vietnam's flash new Russian subs

    lakedaemonian Today, 03:35 AM Go to last post
    GRG55

    Floating BRICS...

    But, but...isn't India the "I" right in the middle? What on earth is it doing jilting The Dragon right on its doorstep?

    Maybe its trying to exchange those US$ for "hard assets" in the form of...

    GRG55 Today, 12:19 AM Go to last post
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